Bond House Heritage Studies

ANTH 470-91
(CALL #11176)

ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD METHODS

6 CREDITS, MAY 17 TO JUNE 10, 2010

students doing an archaeological dig outside the bond house
Overview

This summer, the anthropology department will address the archaeology of the Bond House through its Archaeological Field Methods class. The Bond House is located just across Normal Avenue on the campus of Montclair State University.

The house is listed in the State and National Registers of Historic Places and was constructed in 1872. It was one of the prominent houses that formed Speertown, an early Dutch community in the area of present-day Upper Montclair.

Program Credits

Students enroll in ANTH 470 for 6 undergraduate credits.Prerequisite for the class: ANTH 100 (Cultural Anthropology), ANTH 101 (Physical Anthropology), or ANTH 103 (Prehistoric Archaeology) OR permission of the instructor.

Program Cost

  • The field school fee is $150.00
  • Tuition and university fees for six instate undergraduate credits are approximately $1925.00.
  • Tuition and university fees for six out-of-state undergraduate credits are approximately $3035.00.
  • Transportation to campus and room and board are the student’s responsibility.

Bond House Brochure

General Contact Information

Dr. Peter E. Siegel
tel. 973-655-3415
or 973-655-4119

siegelp@mail.montclair.edu